[AfrICANN-discuss] The world is moving gradually towards cyber war

Pierre Lotis NANKEP lnankep at yahoo.fr
Tue Oct 23 23:15:13 SAST 2012

My God!

"Dr Eberhard W Lisse", With all respects a human being can provide you, your contributions in general do not deserve comments!
I doubt that you have a PhD ... Or maybe you are an emeritus professor ... Or you have a serious personal problem with the world in which you live.
Mr. Dr / Prof / Whatever, excuse me, I am obliged to tell you what I think.
I advise you to apply for a capacity building or advanced training program in some relevant IT/ICT/Internet fields. Or you may return to school. It is never late.

May Allah forgive me if I wrong.

Pierre Lotis NANKEP
IT Engineer / ANTIC
Web : http://www.antic.cm
Email (Pro) : pierre.nankep at antic.cm
GSM : +237 77 66 10 07

 De : Dr Eberhard W Lisse <el at lisse.na>
À : africann at afrinic.net 
Envoyé le : Mardi 23 octobre 2012 21h21
Objet : Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] The world is moving gradually towards cyber war

It may be critical to the income of wannabe cyber security advisers, but
*NONE* of his is critical infrastructure. These are plain business
interests which can be protected by commercial means.


On 2012-10-23 08:26 , Claude Essomba wrote:
> Great I am glad we are moving forward with our discussion. Critical
> infrastructure to me means  any related ICT infrastructure supporting
> african countries critical business that if affected could have a large
> impact to the level that nothing will work. ie Airport , TV, Banks ,
> Telecommunication , Applications for custom or application for salaries
> payments. In fact only risks analysis will help to identify such
> infrastructure. That is why vulnerability assessment and Penetration
> testing services are important to minimise the risks related to the
> critical indentified infrastructure.
> Regards

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